MotoGP » Donald hits 202mph on Rizla Suzuki at TT


Donald gets the GSV-R 800 up to 202mph, the fastest recorded top speed of the whole event

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geraldo - Unregistered

June 14, 2010 11:05 AM

Was at Crosby when he went through, best sound of the week. He rolled it a bit before the left hander then pinned it. Absolutley ear splitting. Then to hear him going through the box at Greeba and away..... Top way to end the week.
Get it entered in next years Senior!

Buelliful .

June 14, 2010 11:37 AM

I heard that Suzuki told him to "keep it below 205mph"
as they didn't want the GP guys to feel bad about how slow it goes normally! lol
(that's probably faster than Loris has had it this year? - he says without looking up speeds)

aeolus

June 14, 2010 12:17 PM

“In fact, it was so good, I reckon we need to get some regulation changes for next year, as this thing with a few more laps on it, would really fly here."

Oh great! Bring the MotoGP and WSBK machines(with RR riders)to give the crowd even more cheap thrills. And I doubt any of these machines will go much over 200mph. I have never read of it though with gearing changes it could be possible I suppose.

Paul - Unregistered

June 14, 2010 12:51 PM

Thats the first time a Suzuki Moto Gp bike has won anything for a while. Good work guys. Oh, what was that ? It was the only moto gp bike there, a minor technicality... :-)

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